• ALL AMERICAN HOMECOMING


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    Click HERE to access this year's Homecoming Newsletter, for information about this year's #LNHOCO activities.

  • ALL AMERICAN SPIRIT DAYS


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  • THE SEC IS BACK!


    SUPER EAGLE COMPETITION

    THE SEC IS BACK!

    SEC stands for Super Eagle Competition. This year's SEC Homecoming challenge will take place during 4th lunch and feature student teams competing against one another in a hot dog eating contest, a corn hole tournament, and a relay race. The top two teams will face off in the Championship during the Homecoming Assembly.

  • HOMECOMING CARNIVAL


    Nest Fest was introduced to the Liberty community in the fall of 2010, during Liberty North's first Homecoming Week celebration. The goals of the event are to include our entire community in our Homecoming celebration and to allow student groups from our school to collectively participate in a great community service project, while providing free entertainment for all involved.

    WE HOPE YOU AND YOUR FAMILY, AS WELL AS YOUR NEIGHBORS AND FRIENDS, JOIN US WEDNESDAY NIGHT FOR THE BEST FEST IN THE NEST!

     

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  • HOMECOMING ASSEMBLY: SEPT 29TH


    The Homecoming Assembly will be held in the LNHS Fieldhouse from 1:00-1:45pm on Friday, September 29. The 2017 Homecoming Court will be recognized during the assembly, followed by performances by the LNHS Band, the Liberty North Cheerleaders, and the Golden Girls dance team. Representatives from the senior, junior, sophomore, and freshmen classes will also face-off against one another in competitions, ensuring great entertainment. All students will return to regular classes (6th and 7th hours) after the assembly.

  • FOOTBALL GAME:  SEPTEMBER 29TH


    The Homecoming Tailgate will take place in the Liberty North parking lots starting at 5:30pm on Friday, September 29. The entire community is encouraged to join in the tailgating festivities, prior to the game. The Homecoming football game versus the St. Joseph Central Indians will be held at 7:00pm at the Crossley Family Activity Complex on the campus of Liberty North. Eli the Eagle, the LNHS Cheerleaders, and the LNHS Golden Girls dance team will be on the track to pump-up the crowd, and the Screaming Eagles Band will provide musical entertainment throughout the night. During halftime, the 2017 Homecoming Court will be recognized, followed by the announcement of the 2017 LNHS Homecoming King and Queen.

  • HOMECOMING DANCE: SEPTEMBER 30TH


    Click HERE to access the Guest Registration Form, which must be completed if you plan to bring a guest who is not a Liberty North student to the Homecoming Dance.

    All guests must be enrolled in at least 9th grade and may not be over the age of 20. 

    Guest Registration forms are due by Wednesday, September 27. You may not purchase a ticket for a guest who does not attend LNHS until this form is complete.

  • 2017 HOMECOMING COURT


    Congratulations to the following seniors, who were nominated by the Senior Class to serve as our 2017 Homecoming Court. These students demonstrate leadership in and outside of school, and they exhibit school pride through involvement in and support of Liberty North activities.

    Homecoming King Candidates

    Andy Burkhalter

    Henry DeVry

    Finn Giddings

    Harris Meyers

    Hamilton Trinidad

    Homecoming Queen Candidates

    Haley Austin

    Olivia Daugherty

    Tally Hill

    Hannah Simon

    Kelsey Templeton

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  • LNHS STUCUO MISSION


    Student Council provides students the opportunity to develop leadership skills through involvement in school and community activities and aims to promote school spirit for all members of the LNHS community.

  • MEMBERSHIP


    The Liberty North Student Council aims to be an inclusive student organization and seeks members through various means (elected and non-elected positions) and strives to include a wide variety of members, who represent and connect with all populations within our school community. 

    Our goal is to create a connected, supportive, and spirited school community through a commitment to positive leadership. 

    If you are interested in joining Student Council, please contact one of the Executive Council Officers or Advisors. 

  • PRACTICAL LEADERSHIP CLASS


    In order to apply for the Practical Leadership class and a position on Student Council’s Executive Council, applicants must complete and submit to Mrs. Plaster or Mr. Davis the LNHS STUCO Practical Leadership Class Application. 

    If you have any questions about the application process, please talk with one of the Executive Council Officers or Advisors.

  • #FULTON16 RECAP


    Click here to see our recap video from Summer Leadership Workshop, aka Fulton. Thank you @MASCStuco for helping us become better leaders and for sharing the magic of #Fulton16 with us!

  • #FULTON15RECAP


    Click here to see our recap video from Summer Leadership Workshop, aka Fulton. Thank you @MASCStuco for helping us become better leaders and for sharing the magic of #Fulton15 with us!

  • 2017-2018 EXECUTIVE COUNCIL OFFICERS


    President: Grace Moore

    Vice-President: Hannah Simon

    Secretary: Melanie Benner

    Treasurer: Garret Prendergast

    Historian: Emily Fuller

    Public Relations: Celeste Fansher

     

    Advisors:

    Mrs. Lindsey Plaster

    Mr. Doug Davis

  • STATE CONVENTION RECAP


    Click here to watch our recap video from the 2015 State Student Council Convention at Park Hill South High School.